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  • Telford company helps with Christmas food appeal - Shropshire Business Today
    the Season s Eatings project which aims to ensure that no one goes without a good meal on Christmas Day Ian Freeman manager at The Space Place said the company was delighted to be able to help charities at Christmas and had donated packaging to Telford Rotary Club for its charity wrapping service as well as giving boxes to Telford Food Bank He said We have provided bubblewrap to the Rotary Club for them to use at their Christmas wrapping stall for the past few years and have done so again this year But it is the first time we have teamed up with the food bank which we are only too happy to do because they do a fantastic job especially at this time of year which can be very difficult for people who are struggling Giving them some of our storage boxes for them to provide food parcels at Christmas was the least we could do Erin Aston of Telford Crisis Support which runs the food bank said help from companies like The Space Place was vital She said We are always overwhelmed by the generosity of Telford businesses and this year has been no different The Space Place got in touch after seeing our appeal for help on Facebook and we are very grateful for their support The Season s Eatings project really does make a big difference to people s lives because it helps to ensure that even those who may not be able to afford a decent meal every day can at least tuck into a proper Christmas dinner just like everyone else We are still looking for donations of food and other items so I would appeal for people to get in touch if they have anything they can spare SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/telford-company-helps-with-christmas-food-appeal/ (2016-02-16)
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  • New video celebrates life at Shrewsbury Market Hall - watch it here - Shropshire Business Today
    s 50 th anniversary year The one and a half minute film posted on Youtube documents a day in the life of the busy market which includes everything from food stalls and eateries to vintage sellers and artists working on the premises And it not only features the busy stallholders but many members of the public The video is beautiful and it absolutely sums up what it s like to visit the market Nothing was stage managed said stallholder Heidi Butter of The Pampered Pineapple The market is a community of people and Aaron has brilliantly captured the cheerful atmosphere energy and spirit of the place Mr Child who runs his own video production company Painted Life Productions based in Shrewsbury has known the market since his mother ran a stall there until a few years ago He said I was thrilled to have the opportunity to create a film for the Market Hall It s a vibrant supportive and positive community that I ve gotten to know well over the last few years The aim was to capture the diversity of the stalls as well as the great people who make the Market Hall the place it is Facilities manager Kate Gittins said the market had been overwhelmed by the feedback it had received to the video So many people have told us how much they love it We re very grateful to Aaron who has done a fantastic job He paid such close attention to detail and has captured some really lovely moments We hope all the members of the public who gave their permission to be filmed will enjoy being part of this creation SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Shropshire surveyor takes part in Downing Street talks Next article Telford company helps with Christmas food appeal

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  • £200,000 renovation project is up and running in Shrewsbury - Shropshire Business Today
    Veolia Environmental Trust Morris Property will dismantle the existing hall at the rear of Belle Vue Methodist Church and are re building to a new spec which is slightly enlarged The two storey link building between the hall and the church is being refurbished and a new lift is also being installed with the aid of a grant from the Veolia Environmental Trust Mike Hallworth Treasurer of Belle Vue Methodist Church said We re really excited about working with Morris Property to bring the new Hermitage Centre to the Belle Vue community When it is completed next summer it will provide a first class building which will be used for youth and community work in the area The contract duration is 28 weeks including Christmas and will started on November 23 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article It ll be a Black Friday for retailers who won t do a cut price deal Next article Ellesmere development site on the market for 1 55million Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Four fifths of top SME export destinations are in Europe Sitting down or standing up the new desktop dilemma Entries open for 2016 Shropshire Business

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  • Five minutes with . . . Mike Harris - Shropshire Business Today
    Network Solutions FC until 2005 have dominated the Welsh Premier League and regularly appeared the Champions League and Europa League group stages I am particularly proud of the team representing Wales and helping raise the profile of our national league throughout both the UK and Europe And the most difficult challenge you ve had to overcome Overcoming the established way of doing things by following my own instincts has enabled me to achieve success with all my businesses Explain some of the big issues in your industry right now As a result of the increasing availability of high speed broandband Cloud based services are becoming more accepted and deliverable This is enabling the migration to IP telephony and single device communicators that automatically switch between 3G 4G and Wi Fi This gives instant access to home office and mobile numbers from any location with the best coverage and call charges for both voice and data I also see the wider telecoms market developing along similar lines to the mobile market with bundles incorporating devices applications and connectivity for a standard monthly charge What are the best and worst aspects of your job The best thing about my job is the thrill I get every day from doing business Whether it s a new product launch at VCW or signing a new player for TNS FC there s always something to keep me motivated The worst thing is there are simply not enough hours in the day What makes you smile and what keeps you awake at night Getting to watch my own football team consistently come top of the league When I was a boy I couldn t afford to buy a football so you can t imagine the feeling of sitting on the terrace at the football club I own and watching them lift the trophy at the end of the season It doesn t get much better than that There s not much that can keep me awake at night only the fear of not enjoying the thrill of business Mike Harris celebrates with TNS fans How do you think your colleagues would describe you I think my colleagues would describe me as unique I may have built a number of multi million pound businesses but you re more likely to find me in a football shirt than a shirt and tie I don t dress like the typical businessman I don t like sitting at a desk either I ve got too much energy for that I m an approachable boss though and have a great relationship with my staff both past and present I am particularly proud of the fact that many of the people that started as trainees in my various businesses have gone on to become highly paid and respected employees both sales and technical within my own organisation as well as some of the world s leading technology companies Some are also now running their own businesses If you could go back 10

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/five-minutes-with-mike-harris/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Why farmers should reconsider their views on woodland areas - Shropshire Business Today
    acreages said Mark Plantation conifers have increased in value too but there has also been real uncertainty over the future of woodland under the guidelines set out in national stewardship grant schemes So many farmers have been tempted not to spend precious time and money on the wooded areas of their land as they re not sure if finance will be available for too much longer But Mark said standing timber prices had been rising and good quality conifers can produce up to 7 500 per acre after costs and this income would be tax free With the increasing popularity of biomass boilers the demand for the right kind of timber has also grown but it s important to remember that if the sale is of woodchip rather than unprocessed logs the income tax status will change to taxable As with all areas of business though budgets and management plans are essential if a woodland enterprise is to be managed profitably It s important to take expert advice on the best approach for each wooded area on your land as each situation will be different and the circumstances will need to be reviewed carefully Mark said grants were available for famers who wanted to plant trees to create new woodland with the opportunity to apply for funding reopening in 2016 Forestry assets could also be an important part of any inheritance tax or succession planning when farmers are looking at options for the future Farmers should consider taking advantage of the capital gains tax and inheritance tax reliefs associated with woodland areas as they could prove extremely valuable and could help save much needed cash SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article National recognition for Shropshire building site manager Next article From student to staff member Ross becomes part of the

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  • Inspirational speaker unveiled for Shropshire business awards event - Shropshire Business Today
    recognises all the hard work people are doing in Shropshire to support and benefit children I am looking forward to hearing all about the many inspiring businesses and organisations which often don t get the recognition they deserve and I hope they will be interested to hear my story too Climbing Out runs outdoor activity programmes to help young people regain their confidence and self esteem and to provide them with the opportunity to realise what they can still achieve despite the challenges they face Kelda formed the charity after battling back from severely damaging her leg in a horse riding accident eventually climbing Mount Kilimanjaro after years of rehabilitation She said I had a life changing moment when climbing Kilimanjaro I began to realise there was so much to achieve just differently to what I had planned before I wanted to make sure that young people affected by a life changing injury like mine could have the opportunity and support to see a positive future like I did I am also now training full time in the paracanoe to follow my dream of getting to an Olympic Games and there is a good chance I could qualify I keep working hard I really want to show young people who have been knocked back by an injury or illness that there is light at the end of the tunnel you can move forward I am currently looking for sponsorship to help fund my training and living costs and would be very grateful to hear from anyone who may be able to help in any way Rhea Alton organiser of the Businesses for Children Awards said having such an inspirational speaker at the ceremony was fantastic We are thrilled that Kelda has agreed to attend the ceremony and speak to the

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  • Features Archives - Page 3 of 21 - Shropshire Business Today
    29 2015 0 Power to the people that s the theme of Carl Jones Aug 21 2015 0 Estate agents get a new perspective on Shropshire properties Carl Jones Aug 19 2015 0 Real ale campaigner is new manager at Shropshire pub Carl Jones Aug 15 2015 0 New solicitors breakfast club is on the menu Carl Jones Aug 11 2015 0 Businesses back football club s community campaigns Carl

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  • Features Archives - Page 21 of 21 - Shropshire Business Today
    Features Keeping the show on the road SBT May 18 2012 0 Keep your bottle SBT May 18 2012 0 1 19 20 21 Page 21 of 21 Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for a facelift https t co gRQ9DMX23A Latest Skoda UK boss in the driving seat care firm quits its franchise to fly solo new motoring website launched https t co

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